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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter . Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 3C " GVC SOCCER, from page lC we met a team of Italian boys and we were the only Star-Spangled Banner," with two American girls playing the refrains of the spiritual soccer with them. They "Amazing Grace" woven could barely speak any into it, was played by local English, but we could kick harmonica master Johnny the ball around with them, Walker. so we were pretty popular." And then, there was a Sarah is a student at game to win. Florida Gulf Coast Straight out of the gate, in University in Ft. Myers and the fourth minute of play, is studying a dual major of sophomore Ryann Abeyta forensic studies and started FRC with a goal at criminal justice. the box, courtesy of fellow Holland's mother, Laur6 upperclassman Sherifatu Holland, said she was Sumaila to take the 1-0 lead. overwhelmed by the amount The defense of Feather of love shown to her, her River stepped up at that family and her daughter by point, with freshman keeper the Lady Golden Eagles. Matilda Bylund saving a "I love my women's soccer pair of shots on goal by team at Feather River Butte. College and I am very proud The remainder of the first of all my girls here," Laur6 half and most of the second said. 45 minutes was a vast One of Holland's best wasteland in scoring as friends on the team, neither team made it into sophomore keeper Stacey the back of the net. Cavill, said, "I think the The tide changed, whole squad was strong however, in the 63rd minute from the start and wanted to as Sumaila attacked the win conference on Butte keeper with a boot on sophomore day and on the an assist from Samantha day we retired Grace's Buchanan. With five jersey," Cavill said. "Having minutes left in the game, her family here was huge for Las Vegas native Shannell everyone and I think McDonnell nailed the everyone was ready for Roadrunners'coffin shut this." with a scoring drive after a Sophomore Emily Smith pass from sophomore is avill's classmate from Hillary Wall to hang the Perth, Australia, and doughnut on Butte, 3-0. roommate. She said the Sumaila led FRC with five team's promise to Holland's shots on the day for three family came true in the shots on goal, a score and an championship match and assist, while Abeyta had related how strong her four boots at the net for two teammate was on the pitch. shots on goal, an assist and "We made a promise to a goal. McDonnell, who had Grace's family that we a goal, and Megan Stow each . would win the conference in had two shots on goal. her memory and today we After the game, Grace made that come true," Smith Holland's sister Sarah spoke said. "Grace was always a about her sister and related fighter, she never gave up a special memory the two and was always a fighter on shared in the bond of soccer the field for us." while overseas. Williams added that, in "I'm very proud of Grace," addition to Holland's Sarah said. "I remember memory, comments made in when we played soccer 2013 by the leadership of the together in Italy. It was Roadrunner squad were a about seven years ago and large part of the motivation The sophomores of the 2014 Lady Golden Eagles team are, from left, Sherifatu Sumaila, Hope Giunti-Vasquez, Shannell McDonnell, Ryann Abeyta, Hillary Wall, Josefin Leberger, Emily Smith and Stacey Cavill. Photo by Toni Williams toward a second back-to-back GVC championship win. "This is big for us, as a back-to-back championship alone, which is hard to do," Williams said. "Honestly, aside from Grace, the head coach of Butte gave a huge motivation when he walked off the field last year and told us it was his team's turn next year and that he would trade back and forth with us. So, I owe him a 'thank-you' for moving us in the right direction. We needed to do this for Grace, but we also needed to do this for the team and since we have lost her they have pulled together even tighter. They love each other and Grace very much. They are family." The Lady Golden Eagles will now get a well-deserved rest from game day action -- the next foe for FRC will not be known until Nov. 18 when the statewide soccer seedings are complete for the first round of the playoffs. Feather River freshman Samantha Buchanan, right, goes in for the assist to Sherifatu Sumaila in the 63rd minute against Butte College last week. Photo by Greg Knight The Feather River College sophomores of the 2014 team, standing with coach Brad Williams and head coach Don Williams are, from left, Edward Foy, Thomas Cowling, Jamie Reed, Leon Thomas, Adam Williams, Reece Sinenci,'Tom Murphy, Paul Mayes, Andrew Maynard, Brent Pedlow and Dylan Saib. Photo by Toni Williams MEN'S SOCCER, from page 1C Murphy and Pedlow sealedWilliams was credited with the deal with two more for one. 65th and 68th minutes. 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